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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of engrain.

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Examples

  • I wish people would realize that the one dimensional spin engrained by years of Crossfire, Limbaugh and Daily Kos are totally missing the point.

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  • “Sape” referred to Homo sapiens, and barrier referred to an engrained mind-set.

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  • “Sape” referred to Homo sapiens, and barrier referred to an engrained mind-set.

    Deeper

  • Or maybe the stories that become "engrained" do so because they satisfy some inner preference?

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  • At first he wanted diamonds in his, but now he doesn't care so much for diamonds and rather the "engrained" or carved look.

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  • The idea of a fifth season sort of "engrained" itself into my thoughts and soles (of my feet).

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  • The idea of a fifth season sort of "engrained" itself into my thoughts and soles (of my feet).

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  • The idea of a fifth season sort of "engrained" itself into my thoughts and soles (of my feet).

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  • The idea of a fifth season sort of "engrained" itself into my thoughts and soles (of my feet).

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  • The idea of a fifth season sort of "engrained" itself into my thoughts and soles (of my feet).

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